Kumara, rocket and Haloumi salad

Kumara, rocket and Haloumi salad
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • 1 medium Kumara (sweet potato)
  • 100g baby rocket
  • 200g haloumi cheese
  • handful of walnuts
  • Balsamic Vinegar and good extra virgin olive oil to serve
  • Extra olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to season
1. Break up your walnuts a little and dry fry them in a pan. Be really careful - they burn quickly!
2. Wash and dry your rocket well and sit it aside.
3. Peel and chop kumara into around 2cm cube pieces (no need to be exact- lovely rustic chunks are the aim). Boil or steam until tender then brown them up in a pan with a little olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Leave to cool a little.
4. While your kumara is cooling use your pan to fry 1cm slices of haloumi cheese in a little olive oil. They should go all lovely and brown but the cheese will hold it's shape. Yum!
5. Put the rocket in a bowl, add the kumara and haloumi, sprinkle with walnuts and dress to your taste. Soooooo good!!!!

Kumara, rocket and Haloumi salad

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A gorgeous salad that is lovely on it's own as a lunch or snack and fantastic with grilled or BBQ meat! We love to take it to parties and barbeques - everyone asks for it!

Method


1. Break up your walnuts a little and dry fry them in a pan. Be really careful - they burn quickly!
2. Wash and dry your rocket well and sit it aside.
3. Peel and chop kumara into around 2cm cube pieces (no need to be exact- lovely rustic chunks are the aim). Boil or steam until tender then brown them up in a pan with a little olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Leave to cool a little.
4. While your kumara is cooling use your pan to fry 1cm slices of haloumi cheese in a little olive oil. They should go all lovely and brown but the cheese will hold it's shape. Yum!
5. Put the rocket in a bowl, add the kumara and haloumi, sprinkle with walnuts and dress to your taste. Soooooo good!!!!
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